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Agricultural diversification can make a farm work harder, but advisers need to ensure they do not get tangled up in thorny tax issues
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Looking After the Future - Family & Business


Family Business Lawyers Point to Succession Success


Understanding the Needs of Farmers & Land Owners


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The successful Latimer Hinks Property Department makes Director promotions. We also help 150 year old Jewellers with Pandora franchise move premises. Natalie Palmers comments of the excellent Emmerdale dementia episode which highlights the importance of the Herbert Protocol. Martin Williamson asks is AirBnB regulation looming?


Latimer Hinks Helps Hays Travel to Expand into the Metrocentre, We Receive Endorsements from Chambers UK and Legal 500, Anne Elliott Looks at the Complexities of Rural Inheritance Tax and Martin Williamson asks How Property can Increase in Value when Used as a Filming Location


Our Private Client Team Wins Team of the Year at the Northern Law Awards, We Raise Funds for St Teresa’s in Memory of a Much Loved Colleague, Natalie Palmer Looks at Celebrity Deaths and What we can Learn from their Estate Planning and Martin Williamson asks Could Now be the Time to Bag a Brexit Bargain?


Latimer Hinks warns parents who lend through the “Bank of Mum & Dad”. We explain why we can all learn from David Cameron’s tax planning and congratulate the Private Client team on becoming finalists in the Northern Law Awards. Martin Williamson asks “Would you rent a room to strangers?”


Latimer Hinks Advises on Leaving a Digital Legacy and Provides Ten Money Resolutions for 2016. We also Look at the Tax Implications for Lottery Winners and ask, is it too Expensive to Downsize?


Latimer Hinks Receives Endorsements from Leading Legal Directories, Will Disputes on the Increase, Will Warning to Families and Difficulties Faced on Financing a Non-conventional Home


Latimer Hinks Helps Teaching Couple Realise their Dreams, Great News – Shortlisted for the Law Society Excellence Awards, Petition – End Discrimination Against the Childless, New Appointments, Promotions, Fundraising and Could Tax Increases for Landlords be Bad News for the Property Market


Latimer Hinks Highlights the Importance of Having a Will in Place, How to Tackle "Bad Behaviour" on Social Media and the Pitfalls of Choosing the Wrong Conveyancer


Latimer Hinks Sponsors Locally Filmed Documentary, Five Questions for Aspiring Entrepreneurs, Beware of Holiday Scams, Strategic Tax Planning and Top Tips of Buying a Property Abroad


Latimer Hinks Pledges £1000 to Help Save Historic Church, We Receive Endorsements from Leading Legal Directories, Landmark Deal for Local Butchers, Expansion of the Court of Protection Team, A Warning Over Capacity Issues Following Dementia Ruling and Don’t Forget to Winter Proof your Property


Latimer Hinks Charity Ball Raises a Record £16,000, The Necessity for an Up-To-Date Partnership Agreement, Veterinary Practice Merger, Heritage Healthcare Expansion Drive, Innovative Sports Service for Farm Shop, Change of Attitude to Death and Making buy to Let a Safer Bet


Latimer Hinks Charity Ball a Sell Out, Historic Deal for Clinkard's, Darlington Business Woman Fulfils Life-long Ambition, Help to Buy, One Year On.


New Code for Will Preparations, An Unusual Gift, Property Education Hotspots


Latimer Hinks Receives Endorsements, Dangers for Farmers without Partnership Agreements, Importance of LPAs, House Price Rises and Inheritance Tax


Latimer Hinks celebrates 60 years at Priestgate, Experienced solicitor and notary public joins the ranks, Businesswoman achieves life-long ambition, Ensure planning changes for listed buildings run smoothly


Be clearer when making a Will, Gillian raises money for Support Dogs, Spring clean your home for a seasonal sale


Latimer Hinks receives endorsements, Caution urged for landowners considering diversification, Key points to to remember when making a will, How to be a first time buyer


Reclaim care home fees, Holiday illness to be classed as sick leave, Almost £10,000 raised via charity ball, Preparing a house for sale


New partners appointed, is it impossible to sack an employee, young people locked out of the housing market Mary Everitt retires after 49 years


Family business lawyers point to succession success, Solicitors gain prestigious qualifications, Latimer Hinks 2012 ball hopes to raise thousands for charities


Look after the future - family and business, Latimer Hinks partners honoured with awards, Don't let the gloom bring certain doom


A personal service, Solicitors help manufacturers purchase it's own premises, Law Society accolade, Elderly at risk over unqualified will writers


Tees Valley Law Society raises cash for charities, stamp duty rise could lead to an extra £17,000 bill


Recommended by Legal 500 & Chambers UK, succession planning and plan now for January payments


Recommended by the Legal 500, support for farming community, debt advice and new act brings sex and health discrimination into focus


Partner elected as one of the youngest presidents of the Tees Valley Law Association, an election to the Council of the Agricultural Law Society, divorce law change and top ten debt tips


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